Effective inventory management and optimization is the main goal of this module. While the module is designed to ensure adequate inventory at the required period of times and millstones, a project can be tempted to hold more inventory than is necessary to reduce hold times, thereby driving up inventory costs.
Rhyton’s Material Resources Management System (MRMS) is designed to meet three objectives simultaneously:
To ensure that materials are available for fabrication and installation on time;
To maintain the lowest possible material and product levels in the warehouse;
To plan construction activities and issue schedules.

A Project-MRP module inside an integrated project intensive solution

Warehouse and Material Setup

  • Primary and Temporary Warehouses Definition;
  • Warehouse Partitioning Into Multiple Locations And Sub-Locations;
  • The Capacity Definition Of Each Location And Sub-Location In Quantity And Dimension;
  • Material Definition And Coding In a Configurable Manner;
  • Ability to Control Each Item In Five Parallel Codes (Internal Code, Customer Code And Etc.);
  • Triple Unit Rates For Each Item And Conversation Rates To Convert Measurement Systems Automatically;
  • Definition of Maximum Limit, Minimum Limit And Re-Order Point For Each Item And Getting Proper Notifications;

Purchase Orders and Packages

  • Companies Database With a Filing System for Each;
  • Incoming and Outgoing Purchase Orders’ Definition;
  • Detailed P.O. Including Items, Quantities, Dates, Terms Of Payment, Terms Of Delivery, Costs, And Prices, Shipping Method;
  • Packing List’s Definition for Each P.O.;
  • Balance Control of Packages of Each P.O.;
  • Packaging and Shipping Details of Each Packing List;

Material Receiving

  • Ability to Receive And Store Materials In a Quarantine;
  • Ability to Receive Packages, Items And Supportive Items (i.e. Spare Parts);
  • Opening Package Inspection And Generating Overage, Shortage, Incorrect or Damaged Items Report (OSID Report);
  • Balance Control on Each P.O, Packing List, Supplier, and Warehouse in Point of Receiving;
  • Automatic Material Receiving Voucher (MRV) Generation;
  • System Suggestion on Proper Storing Location Based on Empty Capacities and Material Preservation Conditions;
  • Automating All Paper Works and Acceptance Processes of Receiving;
  • Material Movement;
  • Movement Control of Each Material to Another Warehouse or Another Storing Location in the Current Warehouse
  • Automatic Material Movement Voucher (MMV) Generation;
  • System Suggestions on Proper “From” And “Destination” Sub-Locations Based on Empty Capacities;
  • Automating All Paper Works and Acceptance Processes of Movement.

Material Return

  • Return control of issued materials;
  • Damaged items’ return management;
  • Automatic Material Return Voucher (MREV) generation;
  • System suggestions on the proper storing location of a returned item based on empty capacities and material preservation conditions;
  • Automating all paper works and acceptance processes of return;
  • Material Request
  • Clients material requests management;
  • Check for request availability;
  • Ability to make a purchase request in case of unavailability.

Material Reservation and Issue

  • Ability to reserve items for a sub-contractor in a specific period of time;
  • Ability to reserve items based on Sub-Contractor’s requests;
  • Issuance control of each material to sub-contractor;
  • Automatic Material Issue Voucher (MIV) generation;
  • Invoice generation based on approved issue vouchers;
  • Ability to convert a valid reservation to an Issue slip;
  • Systematic suggestions on proper pickup location of an item based on sub-locations inventory;
  • Automating all paper works and acceptance processes of reservation and issue between the company and the client;
  • Ability to issue packages and get reports on package or inside items;
  • Ability to issue cutout or divided items based on the request (i.e. pipes and sheets);

Reports

  • Online inventory report on each warehouse, location or even sub-location
  • Material transaction report, which gathers all transactions of each item in a period;
  • O. vs. Package vs. Inventory Report;
  • Client transaction report;
  • Material availability report based on requests;
  • Invoice report;
  • Over 30 other managerial reports and dashboards.

Documentation and Archiving

  • Attaching and retrieving the supportive document for each transaction including datasheets, vouchers, designs, instructions, films, and snapshots;
  • Document archiving system in a hierarchical manner;
  • Revision controlling of document changes;
  • Archiving slips and vouchers.

Administration and security

  • Modifiable access control to each part, warehouse, sub-warehouse, client information, invoices, purchase orders, requests, etc.;
  • Detailed matrix access to document archiving system, file types and file revisions;
  • Ability to change and modify all setting independently;
  • Logging activities alongside the actions of each user in detail;
  • Approval flows for each transaction;
  • Ability to define users and access levels.